Adverbs are great for describing actions and can make a basic sentence sound much more advanced by adding additional information. Using adverbs effectively will enable the candidate to achieve much higher marks in the speaking and writing papers, and having a good knowledge of how adverbs are included in sentences will help a lot in the reading and use of English paper.
Below are some adverbs that candidates should know before taking the exam.
‘Personally’ is a an adverb used to emphasise that you are giving your own opinion on a subject and not…read more
“Necessarily” is a B2 level adverbs that is used in negatives to mean ‘in every case’ or ‘therefore’.
“Generally” is a B2 level adverb that can be used to talk about something that usually happens, something that is…read more
“Firstly” is a B2 level adverb that is used to refer to the first thing in a list that you…read more
“Extremely” is an adverb used with adjectives meaning “very” or much more than usual. Although it is a B1 level…read more